HALEH REDJAIAN4 X 3: BAUHAUS September 9, 2019
alte feuerwache / projektraum - Galerie | Berlin
Curated by Birgit Möckel
Until 29 November 2019
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary year of the Bauhaus, four Berlin-based artists including Anna Borgman, Ines Doleschal, Susanne Piotter and Haleh Redjaian attempt to deconstruct and interrogate the still virulent stereotypes in the art world as a rejection of existing prejudices. In homage to those Bauhaus artists who were forced to follow a different path according to their talents, the exhibition also draws on personalities such as Anni Albers, Otti Berger, Gunta Stölzl, and others, who still live in the shadow of their male Bauhaus artists.
HALEH REDJAIANCENTURY.idee bauhaus May 5, 2019
Dr. Julius, Berlin
Curated by Simone Schimpf, Sibylle Hoiman, Frederik Schikowski, Frank F. Drewes, Christiane Bail and Matthias Seidel
Until 23 June 2019
Haleh Redjaian is currently included in an ambitious project comprising 100 international artists who have been invited to engage with the ever-enduring legacy of Bauhaus through its multi-various impact on fields of art, architecture, and design. This project has been initiated to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus’ founding, forming a curatorial team and inviting artists to submit their personal reflections on the Bauhaus in the form of an A4 sheet of paper. These individual contributions have been brought together in this exhibition illuminating a broad spectrum of artistic approaches and attitudes, encompassing both personal closeness and critical distance to the subject.
HALEH REDJAIANin sequence September 9, 2018
We are pleased to share details of a new monograph for Haleh Redjaian entitled in sequence (2018), edited by Wolfgang Fetz and Jörg van den Berg. Published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst, the book provides a backbone overview of Redjaian’s practice in tandem with acute insight into her formal ideologies of art making. The author pointedly remarks, “One sees geometric forms | strict order | grids | patterns | but primarily one sees Redjaian’s base material: the line | rather many lines| in many instances in the mode of serial repetition."
in sequence will also be available at Gallery IVDE in October.
HALEH REDJAIANJAOU Tunis June 10, 2018
Zaouia of Sidi Boukhrissane, Tunis
Curated by Khadija Hamdi Soussi
27 June - 1 July
Organised by the Kamel Lazaar Foundation, JAOU Tunis returns for its 5th edition to explore the cultural heritage in post-revolution Tunisia. The exhibition surveys the idea of 'approved heritage' through four elements: fire, air, water and earth. German-Iranian artist Haleh Redjaian creates spatial thread installations and murals for the exhibition Imaginary Museum, which takes French novelist André Malraux's writings as a starting point to question the notion of contemporary art in the Arab world.
HALEH REDJAIANLa Collection BIC April 3, 2018
Curated by Hervé Mikaeloff and Ingrid Pux
14 April - 13 May
Haleh Redjaian's work is included in the exhibition of works from the BIC collection, which brings together more than 140 works by 80 artists. Featuring drawings, installations, sculptures and videos resonating with the philosophy of the company, the exhibition highlights how everyday objects such as pens, razors or lighters open up new practices and territories of creation.
ART GENEVE 2018January 15, 2018
1 - 4 February
Preview: 31 January
We are pleased to participate in Art Genéve with works by German-Iranian artist Haleh Redjaian and Hassan Sharif. The booth highlights Sharif and Redjaian's critical approach of using the grid as a measurement tool and foundation for their compositions, allowing for chance and repetition.
FRIEZE NEW YORK 2017May 5, 2017
Focus, Booth D11
Randall's Island Park
5 - 7 May
Preview: 4 May
We are pleased to return to the sixth edition of Frieze New York with works by Emirati artist Hassan Sharif and Berlin-based Iranian artist Haleh Redjaian. The booth highlights the artists' critical approach of using the grid as a measurement tool and foundation for their composition, allowing for chance and repetition. Both Sharif and Redjaian's works are presented within a more formally and visually similar framework to investigate how this philosophy translates into their three-dimensional objects, hand-woven carpets and works on paper.
ART DUBAI 2017March 15, 2017
Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai
15 - 18 March
We are pleased to participate in the 11th edition of Art Dubai with works by Hassan Sharif, Mohammed Kazem, Abdelkader Benchamma, Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh and Hesam Rahmanian.
Haleh Redjaianin sequence September 2, 2016
Magazin4 - Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz
Curated by Wolfgang Fetz and Jörg van den Berg
2 September - 20 November
German-Iranian artist Haleh Redjaian's solo at Bregenzer Kunstverein looks at the line and its subsequent multiplication by inviting the viewers to engage with its supposed regularity and then losing themselves in its underlying faults. By taking the line as a departure point in her works on paper, handwoven rugs and installations, Redjaian creates ornate, gridded patterns that suggest a rational tangibility of the world. Her work undermines any logical explanation and opens up to poetical interpretation.
Hassan Sharif, Haleh Redjaian and Rokni HaerizadehART BRUSSELS April 22, 2016
22 - 24 April
Tour & Taxis, Brussels, Belgium
Prime Booth B50
We are pleased to announce our participation in Art Brussels with a prime booth featuring works by Emirati artist Hassan Sharif and German-Iranian artist Haleh Redjaian, where a formal comparison will be drawn between the 3D weaving techniques and works on paper by both artists. The booth will be an investigation of Sharif and Redjaian's critical approach of using the grid as a measurement tool and foundation for their composition, allowing for chance and repetition.
Solo Booth B50-S
The solo booth will centre on a video animation Letter! (2014) by Iranian artist Rokni Haerizadeh, which uses footage from a Femen protest, and shows how the protest is turned into its own hysterical, violent and performative spectacle once the gaze of the media is present. Haerizadeh refers to his videos as 'moving paintings' to emphasise the pulse of the video. He purposely doesn't refer to them as animations as he's not tracing a movement between frames, instead, each movement is enacted in these individual hand-painted frames to create an erratic pulse, and also merges thousand of individual paintings into one durational piece.
ART DUBAI 2016March 16, 2016
Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
16 - 19 March
We are pleased to participate in the 10th edition of Art Dubai with works by Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hesam Rahmanian, Hassan Sharif, Haleh Redjaian, Mohammed Kazem and Xu Qu.